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Will Smith MLB Player Props – Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Diego Padres, August 5, 2022

Will Smith MLB Player Props - Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Diego Padres, August 5, 2022
2022-08-05 22:10:00 EDT

Will Smith and the Los Angeles Dodgers (72-33) face the San Diego Padres (61-47) at Dodger Stadium on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 10:10pm (ET). Let’s take a look at some of Smith’s Player props for the matchup. Sean Manaea is the probable pitcher for the Dodgers, while Tony Gonsolin is the probable pitcher for the Padres. The Los Angeles Dodgers are favored to win, currently listed at -155. The total runs line is set at 8.5.

Home Run

  • Smith has hit 15 home runs this season.
  • His last home run came against the Rockies on July 29, 2022.
  • Smith has hit a home run in 15 of his 90 appearances this season.
  • Smith has hit a home run in one of his last six appearances.
  • At home, he’s hit a home run in five of his 44 appearances this season.
  • At home, he’s hit a home run in three of his last 23 appearances.
  • San Diego has allowed 106 home runs this season – ranking 8th in the Major Leagues.

Hits

  • Smith has recorded 86 hits this season and has a batting average of .263.
  • San Diego has allowed 836 hits this season – ranking 12th in the Major Leagues.
  • So far this season, opposing teams are batting .231 against the Padres (ranking 5th).

RBI’s

  • Smith has recorded 55 RBIs this season – ranked T37th in the Major Leagues.
  • His last RBI came in Monday’s matchup against the Giants.
  • Smith has recorded at least one RBI in 35 of his 90 appearances this season.
  • Smith has recorded at least one RBI in four of his last seven appearances.
  • At home, he’s recorded at least one RBI in 12 of his 44 appearances this season.
  • At home, he’s recorded at least one RBI in three of his last nine appearances.

Stolen Bases

  • Smith has recorded 0 stolen bases this season.
  • His last stolen base came against the Padres on August 25, 2021.
Robert Steele's Free Pick:

Robert Steele

I'm not a fan of being called a "quants" (quantitative analyst) or "math wizard" but it's the truth. I'm a numbers guy. I love to crunch the data, make sense of it, and turn it into a winning bet.
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